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From The Northern Virginia Daily
dated Saturday 10 May 1958

Mrs. Mary Ellen Entsminger
     Mrs. Mary Ellen Entsminger,
age 37 years, 10 months, 19 days,
died at 12:10 a. m. May 9, at the
home of her mother on B Street in
Strasburg. She had been ill since
February 1957 following an oper-
     She was a member of St. Paul's
Lutheran Church and a Nurse's
Aide in the Winchester Memorial
     Mrs. Entsminger was born June
20, 1920 in Lexington, a daughter
of Graham and Linda Anne Smith.
     Surviving are her husband,
James McDowell Entsminger, her
mother, Mrs. Graham Smith, two
sisters, Mrs. Nancy Griffey, Stras-
burg, Mrs. Ethel Stokes, Oranda,
two brothers, Emmett Smith,
Strasburg and Howard Smith,
     The body will rest at the Stover
Funeral Home until 1:30 today
when it will be moved to the home
of Mrs. Graham Smith on B. Street
until 9:30 or 10 o'clock tonight.
then it will be returned to the
Stover Chapel where funeral serv-
ices will be held Sunday at 2 p. m.
conducted by Dr. Harry M. Crim.
     The family will meet at the
home of Mrs. Smith at 1:30 p. m.
Sunday for a brief service.
     Interment will be in Riverview
     Pallbearers will be: William
Hockman, Earl Putman, Buryl
Stickley, Donald Tucker, Dick
Richmond and Jack Gess.
From The Northern Virginia Daily
dated Friday 9 May 1958

Mrs. Mary E. Entsminger
     Mrs. Mary Ellen Smith Ents-
minger, died last night at 12:10 at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Gra-
ham Smith, B Street, Strasburg.
     The body is now at Stovers Fu-
neral Home.
     Further details and funeral ar-
rangements will be announced la-

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